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Edizioni Panini. Quarto; G/G; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, red with white print; DJ has edgewear, slight shelfwear, clipped rear flap; Boards in blue cloth with white print, warping to boards, mild wear to corners; Text block has spotting to top edge, else clean and tight; Text in Italian; 845 pages, illustrated (b&w). [NOTE: Oversized book(s). Additional postage necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy International shipping unavailable due to size/weight restrictions. For international/expedited customers, please inquire for rates.].
New York: Crown Publishers, 1975. Octavo; VG-/G; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, white with black print; DJ has small tear to front top edge, light edgewear, toning to spine, peripheral tanning, slight smudging to spine; Boards quarter bound with black cloth to spine and brown paper to boards, slight wear to spine tail, else clean and strong; Text block clean and tight; 512 pages, illustrated (color plates).
Evanston: Terra Foundation for the Arts, 1992. Quarto; VG-/VG-; Green/tan spine with white text; Inscribed by author on front free endpaper; DJ has slightly frayed edges, light rubbing on exterior; Boards have slightly rubbed corners, cocked spine, otherwise clean; Textblock is slight age toned; pp 286. Arts - Impressionist.
Boston: Walker Lith & Pub. Co., 1894. 12mo; G-; Paperback; Spine, staple binding; Cover is grey with black print, edgewear, creasing, smudging; Text block (Index, 31 pages) has mild age-toning to paper; Large folded map (color) affixed to rear cover, has tears to folds. Shelved in Netdesk office, 15's Ephemera Box 2.
Oslo: Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi, 1964. First Edition. 8vo, 194 pages, illustrated; VG-; green cover with black print, peripheral tanning, pencil notation upper left corner of front cover, right and bottom cover edges creased, slight tear to right cover edge, outside corners of cover bumped; back cover has pencil notation at bottom right corner; clean interior, uncut pages; text in English; includes facsimile of the original paper of Cato Maximilian Guldberg and Peter Waage from 1864 (in Norwegian).
Albany: Printed by e. Croswell, 1828. Octavo; Poor+/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, tan with black print on paper label; Boards quarter bound with light cloth to spine and blue paper to boards, tears to hinges, soiling to cloth, stained paper, heavy wear to corners and spine caps; Text block has cracked hinges, intermittent spine breaks, deckled edges, uncut pages, heavily foxed paper; 544 pages.
London: J. Pemberton, 1714. 12mo; G+; Hardcover; Rusty brown spine without text; Boards are severely age-toned with rubbing to the spine and front and rear exteriors; bottom edge of the front exterior has tears, front board is separated but binding is in tact; edges of the book are strongly tanned and pages are discolored otherwise text is legible; 239p.
Baltimore: 1976. Flyers from the twelfth anniversary dinner dance 1976 with Stan Kenton, Pharoah Sanders, March ’77 featuring Sonny Stitt, The Heath Brothers, Woody Shaw and Stan Getz, 25th anniversary concert featuring Jimmy Smith, Houston Person and Etta Jones and a 1980 jam session with Benny Baily, Big Nichols and Buck Hill. Six flyers $40.
Paris: Lapina. Imp. This poster is mounted on canvas and has a dark beige background. The poster’s image depicts a religious figure in long white, red and gold robes holding a staff. Below the figure are several figures in a black and white rendering. The caption at the bottom of the drawing reads: Le Cardinal Mercier Protege La Belgique. Condition: Good- to Good. There are four horizontal creases across the poster. One chip to the top left corner. Otherwise the surface of the poster has mild smudges. Minor crinkling to the edges. Printed by Lapina. Imp., Paris. Dimensions w 31 1/8 in x h 46 3/8 in.
Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1964. Thin Small Quarto; G+/no-DJ paperback; Light blue covers with slight foxing along spine edge and lightly sunned exterior, slight writing on front; Text block is clean and unmarked. French language. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box I.
Paris: Universite de Paris, 1948. First Edition. 8vo, 54 pages + 16 pages of plates, illustrated; VG; white cover with black and red print, pencil notation in top right corner, slight spotting; back cover has mild creasing at spine edge; clean interior but for mild spotting, aged-toned paper; "Supplement au Catalogue" inserted (1 page).
n. p. n. publ. n. d. Small Booklet; pp 49; G/paperback; ivory spine without text; covers show some soiling to exterior, brown text to front with illustration; text block has slight shelf wear to exterior edges; minor toning to some pages, otherwise clean; French/Creole text NOTE: Shelved in 15's ephemera box 4, in Netdesk office.
Bruxelles: Editions des Archives d'Architecture Moderne, 1975. Octavo; G; Paperback; Spine, black with white print; DJ has edgewear, light shelfwear; Cover is white without print, mild peripheral soiling; Text block has light age-toning to paper, else clean and tight; Exhibition “Du 10 au 31 octobre 1975, Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et des Arts Visuels … Bruxelles”; Text in parallel French, Dutch, and English; 173 pages, illustrated (some color).
Paris: 1920. Large Octavo; Fair/no-DJ; Dark brown spine with gold text on red bar; Boards are fragile with taped toward head edge across spine and cracking along spine at gutters, rubbed & slightly fraying edges & corners, slightly sunned exterior with some tears along fore edges; Text block has darkened along edges due to age with otherwise unmarked pages throughout. French language. Aisle 7.
Paris: 1921. Large Octavo; Fair/no-DJ; Dark brown spine with gold text on red bar; Boards are fragile with heavy wear on spine and cracking along spine at gutters, rubbed & slightly fraying edges & corners, slightly sunned exterior with some tears along fore edges; Text block has darkened along edges due to age with otherwise unmarked pages throughout. French language. Aisle 7.
Clermont-Ferrand: Michelin & Cie. 1919. Octavo; G-/G-; Hardcover with DJ; Spine, brown without print; DJ has small tears to spine ends and flap fold corners, peripheral tanning, remnants of taped label on rear, vendor label on front; Boards pliable cardboard in blue cloth with gold print, tears at spine ends, warping, peripheral tanning; Text block clean and tight; Text in French; 119 pages, illustrated (b&w).
Paris: Reunion de musees nationaux, 1994. Inscribe on half title page; Quarto; VG-/no dust jacket paperback; Blue and green graphic spine with white text; Scuffs and spot stains across cover, edge wear and corner wear, creasing near corners, creasing along spine; Edge of text block is lightly age toned and dust stained, ink transfer from inscription onto opposing page, interior is otherwise clean and undamaged; 379pp.
Noida, India: SDS Publishers, 2006. Octavo; pp 290; VG/G; burgundy spine with light gilt text; dust jacket has mild wear to exterior; modest rubbing to edges; cloth has slight wear to corners; clean exterior; strong boards; text block shows slight shelf wear to exterior edges; interior clean; illustrated;.
Baltimore: 1970s. This is a fascinating look into the finances of the Society from 1972 to 1973 in mostly handwritten sheets for 17 individual concerts. Some of the sheets are quite detailed, others are ticket sales records and income statements. Concerts include Elvin Jones, Richard “Groove” Holmes, Stanley Turrentine, Charles Mingus, Art Blakey, Louis Hayes, Pat Martino, Horace Silver, Stan Getz, Maynard Ferguson and Louie Bellson. The archive is preserved in plastic sleeves and is stored in a binder. $300.
Baltimore. These are originals or office copies of items including: contract cover letters to Vernon Welsh signed by Bill Warburton of the Willard Alexander Agency for Phil Woods and Buddy Rich, a working copy of a concert flyer from 1965 (Jimmy Heath et al), another for Grachan Moncur III, a hand written list of concerts for November ’72, a Buddy Rich press letter, press releases about LBJS, a letter of appreciation from db associates to Benny Kearse, the LBJS articles of incorporation, and a list of participants from the Society in a Neighborhood Youth Corp. program in ’72.
1966. A pristine original flyer announcing the first shows at the LBJS’s new home - The Famous Ballroom the lineup is impressive: Freddie Hubbard, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter and Jack De Jonette 12/4/66; Donald Byrd, Mel Lewis, Duke Pearson and Pepper Adams 12/11/66; Jackie MacLean, Lamont Johnson, Scotty Holt and Billy Higgins 12/18/66 B.Y.O.B $50.
Baltimore. Left Bank Jazz Society Flyers. Twelfth anniversary dinner dance with Stan Kenton Eleventh anniversary dinner dance with Count Basie March 1977 featuring Sonny Stitt, The Heath Brothers, Woody Shaw and Stan Getz 25th anniversary concert featuring Jimmy Smith, Houston Person and Etta Jones 1980 jam session with Benny Baily, Big Nichols and Buck Hill July 1977 flyer featuring Ahmad Jamal, Blue Mitchel, Harold Land Letter size 8.5” x 11”.
Baltimore: 1977. Left Bank Jazz Society Flyers. March 1977: Sonny Stitt, Heath Brothers, Wood Shaw, Stan Getz October 1977: Dexter Goodon, Charlie Rouse, Rashaan Roland Kirk, All Star Group] July 1979: Clifford Jordan Quartet May 1981: Rey Scott, Carmen McRae, The New York Four and Charles Tolliver Letter size 8.5” x 11”.
Baltimore. This assortment contains: May 1977 flyer for the Ellington Orchestra, June 1976 Pharaoh Sanders flyer, December 1969 Duke Pearson concert program, February 1977 flyer featuring Freddie Hubbard, Houston Person, Phil Woods and New York Jazz Quartet, Sept 1982 Art Blakey flyer, March 1978 Sonny Stitt, Sam Jones, Barney Kessell/Herb Ellis and Milt Jackson flyer and March/April 1973 flyer with Stanley Turrentine, Richard Holmes, Elvin Jones and Charles Mingus.
Baltimore. This assortment contains flyers for: March 1977: Sonny Still, Heath Brothers, Woody Shaw and Pharaoh Sanders, June 1976: Pharaoh Sanders, March 1978: November 1978: Jimmy Forrest/Al Grey, Art Farmer, Milt Jackson and Woody Shaw, March/April 1973 and the LBJS 10th Anniversary program. $50.
Baltimore. Left Bank Jazz Society Flyers. Feb 1981: Horace Silver, Art Blakey, Houston Person/Etta Jones and Jack McDuff April May 1972: Chico Hamilton, Young-Hold Limited, Raashan Roland Kirk and Dizzy Gillespie April 1981: Wood Shaw, Irene Reid, Ted Curson and James Moody Sept/Oct 1980: Left Bank All Stars, Joe Farrell, Lou Donaldson and Ira Sullivan Letter size 8.5” x 11”.
Baltimore. 15 assorted flyers including: Roy Hargrove, Jimmy Smith, Houston Person, Rufus Harley, Don Ellis, Cedar Walton, Donald Byrd, Joe William, Charles Lloyd and Duke Ellington, Chico Hamilton, Dizzy Gillespie, Johnny Griffin, Nat Adderley, Art Blakey, Shirley Scott, Terrance Blanchard and Donald Harrison. Letter size 8.5” x 11”.
Baltimore. 10 UNUSUAL PIECES FROM THE COLLECTION Includes: Johnny Griffin at the Omni Hotel, February 1981 flyer with an announcement of the Billie Holiday Room opening from Gatsby’s, the LBJS first anniversary program 1965, Art Blakey program from 1973, the first Famous Ballroom flyer from 1966, a 1984 Tracy McCleary flyer after the closing of the Royal Theatre, a Moonlight Jazz Cruise flyer from 1988 with Jimmy McGriff and Hank Crawford, an unfolded program from the LBJS first anniversary concert, an unfolded 13th anniversary program with Mercer Ellington and a program for the April 11, 1971 Thad Jones - Mel Lewis concert.
Baltimore. July Aug 1974: Super Sax, George Benson, Count Basie, Norman Connors March April 1974: Mongo Santamaria, Monty Alexander, Jimmy Heath, Elvin Jones New Year’s Cabaret with Huston Pearson and Etta Jones; Out of the Blue at Coppin State 1987 11th anniversary with Count Basie Letter size 8.5” x 11”.
Baltimore. Left Bank Jazz Society Flyers. March 1984: Tracey McCleary and His Royal Men of Rhythm March April 1974: Mongo Santamaria, Monty Alexander, Jimmy Heath, Elvin Jones Oct Nov 1980: Sun Ra, Dexter Gordon/Johnny Griffin, Nick Nick Nichols with Buck Hill and Joe Lee Wilson February 1981: Horace Silver, Art Blakey, Houston Person and Jack McDuff April 1981: Woody Shaw, Irene Reid, Ted Curson and James Moody Letter size 8.5” x 11”.
Baltimore. Left Bank Jazz Society Flyers. October 1975: Rahsaan Roland Kirk, George Benson, Louis Hayes and Stan Kenton an official Blue Note two page publicity bio of Earl Klugh from 1976 a broadside for Pharaoh Sanders from June of 1976 a broadside for Sun Ra in October of 1976 Carlos Garnet, Art Blakey, James Moody and Max Roach. Letter size 8.5” x 11”.